E-Tech ABRT01-Pro Download Drivers, Manual and Firmware

Available 6 files for ABRT01-Pro
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
Firmware
Version Firmware
v1.03w
Size Firmware
1Mb
File Name
router_annexb_103w.zip
Info
Bij problemen met sommige sites kunt u de firewall opties uitschakelen. Let op! - Voor de update uit vanaf een PC met slechts 1 netwerkkaart geinstalleerd. - Schakel softwarefirewalls uit. - Op eigen risico! Een mislukte update kan de router tijdelijk onbruikbaar maken.
In case of problems opening specific websites, please disable firewall settings.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
Older firmware
Version Firmware
v1.02m
Size Firmware
1.1Mb
File Name
102m.zip
Info
Officieel goedgekeurd door BB-Ned
Officially approved by BB-Ned
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
RouterFinder
Version Driver
v123
Size Driver
52Kb
File Name
routerfinderv123.exe
Info
Vind de router, handig bij onbekend IP adres.
Find the router, useful when IP address of router is unkown.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
Telnet command set
Size Driver
295Kb
File Name
annexbtelnet.doc
Info
1.1 Introduction
This document is a reference guide for professional user to handle ADSL modem well. It describes the command line interface (CLI) with examples.
1.2 Scope
Commands for legacy drivers (eg. ATM and Ethernet drivers) are not included here.
1.3 Typographical conventions
Throughout this guide, the following typographical conventions are used to denote important information.
1.3.1 Text conventions
The following text conventions are used:
• Text like this is used to introduce a new term, to indicate menu options or to denote field and button names in GUI windows and dialogue boxes.
• Text like t his is used to emphasize important points. For example:
‘To keep your changes, you must save your work before quitting.’
• Text like this is used for text that you type as a command or entry to a field in a dialogue box. Variables to a command are shown in text like this.
• Text like this is used for text that you see on the screen in a terminal window. Variables to displayed text are shown in text like this.
• in angle brackets is used for denoting command line options. It indicates a mandatory argument.
• [Text like this] in square brackets is used for denoting command line options. It indicates an optional argument.
• Text in square brackets is used to indicate keyboard keys. For Example
‘To reboot your computer, press [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Del].
• Type versus Enter; Type means type the text as shown in the instruction. Enter means type the text as indicated and then press [Enter].
1.3.2 Notes, Warnings and Cautions
The following symbols are used:
Warning - Indicates a hazard which may endanger equipment or personnel, if the safety instruction is not observed.
Caution - Indicates a hazard which may cause damage to equipment, if the safety instruction is not observed.
Note - Indicates general additional information about the operation of the equipment, including safety information.
Console and Telnet commands

2.1 General notes
Apart from the chips commands, the commands are supported by the standard console.
Example output is shown only to clarify the description of the commands; the actual output is not necessarily in exactly the same format.
2.2 event …
2.2.1 Syntax
event help
event n[ext]
event p[revious]
event r[ecent]
event show
event unshow
2.2.2 Description
The command event show enables display of background output on this console device.
The command event unshow disables it. By default, the display of background output is disabled.
The command event recent (or event r) displays the most recent background output stored in the memory buffer; event previous (or event p) displays the background output immediately preceding that last displayed; event next (or event n) displays the background output immediately following that last displayed. Up to 24 lines are displayed in each case.
For example, after event r, event n will show only new background output that has arrived since the event r command: repeated typing of event n will let the user keep up to date with new background output (without any repetitions in the output).
The command event help displays a summary of the options of the event command.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
USB Driver
Size Driver
39Kb
File Name
usb_driver_annexb.zip
Info
Benodigd voor het aansluiten van de router via USB.
Needed for connecting the router using the USB interface.
Company
E-Tech
Categories
Fax & Modem & ISDN
Model
E-Tech ABRT01-Pro
Description
Router with built-in ADSL Modem AnnexB
Operating Systems
Manual
Language Manual
Dutch
Size Manual
27Kb
File Name
router_adsl_annexb.pdf
Info
Handleiding met de benodigde instellingen voor alle Nederlandse providers
Manual with the correct settings for all Dutch providers
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